A look at some rocket obstacles from our Crazy Golf travels.
|Putting through the rocket at Prestatyn Crazy Golf|
My recent blog post about the Crazy Golf course in Ilfracombe included some snaps of one of the most unique rocket obstacles we've seen on a course.
|What a ship!|
|It looked like quite a tricky hole to play|
|The green in Ilfracombe|
It reminded me we'd also see another quirky rocket-ship on the Crazy Golf course at Hesketh Park in Southport.
|The rocket-ship in Southport|
|It looks like it's been on some tough missions!|
But the none of the rockets have anything on the one we saw at the Crazy Golf course on Canvey Island in 2009!
|The rocket is listing more than it is lifting off!|
My favourite rocket obstacle is the nice one on hole 6 at the Crazy Golf course in Prestatyn.
|Hole 6 at Prestatyn Crazy Golf|
The Original Crazy Golf on South Parade in Skegness is home to a very angular rocket. That hole is also number six.
|Probably not the first minigolf rocket obstacle, but it is on a hole on the site of England's first Crazy Golf course|
There's a rocket on The Masters Crazy Golf course in Southport too.
|A rocket obstacle on the popular Southport Crazy Golf course|
We haven't played that many space-themed courses on our travels, mostly because there aren't a lot of them.
|Gravitee Golf in Oxford is one of the few space-themed minigolf courses in the UK|
Have you seen an interesting rocket obstacle on a miniature golf course? Are they your favourite type of obstacle? Do let us know.
|Emily playing the rocket hole on the Arnold Palmer Putting Course in Whitby|